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Information for vendors

We currently are working with different wireless device vendors out there and are trying to address their concerns for FOSS driver development. A lot of current concerns are legal due to regulatory compliance. The document bellow summarizes our current stance on enhancing our vendor support.

  • [:en/vendors/VendorSupport:Vendor Support]

If you are a wireless vendor, want a driver for Linux, we have good news for you – we will write it for you and support it for free! See bellow for more details

  • [:en/vendors/DriverDevelopment:Free Driver Development]

Are you interested in learning to make your hardware compatible with free, open source operating systems such as Linux, and available to new markets such as servers, next-generation entertainment devices? Attend FreedomHEC 2007!

  • [:en/vendors/FreedomHEC:FreedomHEC]

In July 2007, the [ Software Freedom Law Center] released a white paper describing the implications of Software Defined Radio (SDR) FCC classifications on open source drivers. This may be useful to vendors with regulatory concerns.

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